News and Events


13th January 2017

Many thanks also for your very kind donations to Mission Christmas. This year, a record number of children in the local area benefited from your generosity. We also raised £47 for Children In Need and £27 for Brake Road Safety Charity. We raised a WHOPPING £530.25 in memory of one of our lovely parents for Cancer Research. Thank you everyone!

Diwali – Festival of Lights

31st October 2016

We will be studying Diwali – Festival of Lights, over the next few weeks. If you would like to come in to speak to the children about how you or your family celebrate Diwali, please let us know.

Macmillan Bake Sale and Pink Week

31st October 2016

Many thanks to everyone who recently supported our Macmillan bake sale where we raised a fantastic £65.29 for Macmillan Cancer Support. We received a lovely letter saying that our donation could pay for a Macmillan Grant that enables a person with cancer to purchase a microwave oven. This will make the preparation of food easier when they are experiencing fatigue and tiredness due to their gruelling treatment. Well done everyone!

Loose Parts Play

31st October 2016

A huge thank you to everyone who has handed in materials for our loose parts play. We are still building up our collection. A special thank you goes to Craig Danahar and his mum Angela who donated their trampoline. The children will have lots of fun building and designing with the 100 springs, the poles and the legs! We will also be using the tarpaulin and the nets to build very exciting dens! Thanks Craig!

Interactive Learning Diary and Learning Journey Folder

30th September 2016

If you would like to sign up to view your child’s digital Interactive Learning Diary (ILD), please see Aimee or Suzanne who will provide you with your own unique registration code. This excellent tool assists us with the recording and planning of your child’s educational development. We have had excellent feedback from parents who are able to access and observe their child’s learning whilst at nursery. You can also send in your own observations of your child’s activities from home.

Macmillan Big Coffee Morning

30th September 2016

The world’s biggest coffee morning is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. Last year alone, £25 million was raised and this year they aim to raise even more. In order to support this very worthwhile charity event, the KingsWellies gang will spend next week baking and selling to our parents and friends. All proceeds will go directly to Macmillan. Many thanks for your support.

Kids Rock – Music, Story and Imagination

30th September 2016

Leanne, our Pre-School Supervisor (currently on maternity leave) will be joining us during this term to hold very exciting and creative “Kids Rock” classes with our children. Leanne is an accomplished musician, singer and songwriter and has performed in many bands. We are very excited to work with her on her music, story and imagination classes.

Congratulations to Paul and Laura

30th September 2016

Paul has just completed his SVQ3 in Social Services (Children and Young People). He is now a fully qualified Nursery Practitioner! He achieved this is record time (just under a year) and we are VERY VERY proud of him! This is a real achievement whilst also working full time as there was a huge amount of study and additional training involved. Well done Paul! You are our Worker of the Month! Laura has also been promoted as a member of our Senior Management Team. Laura will take up the role of Relief Depute Manager and will cover in the absence of Marcia and/or Suzanne. Congratulations Laura! Caroline will step up as Room Supervisor in the Wellie Tots room when Laura is our Depute Manager.

Grow Well Choices

30th September 2016

This term we will be embarking on a whole nursery topic called Grow Well Choices. Grow Well Choices has been developed by NHS Grampian and is about the importance of being healthy and making healthy choices. It fully supports the delivery of the Curriculum for Excellence Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes and the principles within the Pre-Birth to Three Curriculum.

Environmental Health Visit

01st September 2016

We recently had our annual Environmental Health Inspection. I am delighted to say that we passed with flying colours and the Inspector commented that we were, “top of the class!” Well done to Shona and all staff for ensuring that these high expectations are met on a daily basis.